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Decoding the Brain

One day, scientists will be able to “see” the images and memories in our minds
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The Ethicist

Neuroethicist Matthew Liao ’94 ponders the consequences of new technologies
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Brain Boosters

Sex, exercise, and sleep seem to change the brain’s very structure — at least in rats
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First in the Family

What is it like for first-generation college students to attend Princeton? Here are some who know.
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Not Black and White

If Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ’06’s plays make you uncomfortable, well, that’s the point
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Writing with the Master

For Princeton journalists, praise from John McPhee was — and is — the ultimate reward
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The Good Neighbor

Thirty-three years ago, Marty Johnson ’81 set out to fight poverty in his own backyard. He’s still at it.
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The Rules

Making sense of race and privilege
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Hearts and Minds

Directing a landmark study of heart disease, Herman Taylor Jr. ’76 took on more than medicine

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